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Jay Ellis Won’t Be in Season 3 of  ‘Insecure’

Audience members will either be overjoyed or devastated to know that Lawrence will not be making an appearance in Season 3 of Insecure. Issa Rae and Prentice Penny confirmed the news at Insecure Fest in Los Angeles.

“We want to stay as true to life as possible,” Issa said. “They had a great conversation at the end of season two and it was just about like, hey, she’s moving on to Daniel, sometimes we have those conversations. You never see the exes again. And it’s okay! You gotta explore life without Lawrence.”

This shouldn’t be much a surprise to die-hard fans, though — Ellis first revealed in a radio interview a few months back he didn’t tape for the show’s third season.

Charlamagne tha God Admitted to Raping His Wife on Air

An old interview from Charlamagne’s podcast “The Brilliant Idiots” recently resurfaced…and it’s absolutely not showing him in a good light. In this podcast episode, the radio host admits to raping his wife on air. Here’s the exact quote of what he said:

“I keep telling y’all. I’ve told y’all this over and over. It’s a lot of things guys did especially when we were young that were rape that we just didn’t consider rape. I’m married to my wife. Me and my wife dated for a whole year, she would not give me no pussy. Me and my wife hung out one Saturday night and she got sloppy drunk and passed out in my momma’s house and I got that pussy. She was fucking me back and all that but she was really drunk. I asked her yesterday, ‘Yo did I rape you the first time we ever had sex?’ And she goes, ‘I mean in hindsight, yeah…'”

More Millennials Visited a Public Library Last Year Than Any Other Generation

In case anyone else had a complaint about millennials, we’ll have you know that we’re keeping ourselves educated in a cost-effective way.**

A new analysis of Pew Research Center survey data from fall 2016 shows that more millennials used a public library than any other generation of Americans. This was in response to a Forbes op-ed saying that Amazon should replace local libraries to save taxpayer’s money.

**(Mostly because we’re broke, but moving on!!)